Microsoft has simplified the Windows 10 upgrade process and options for easily rolling back to your old OS if you’re not happy. Here are the details.
In a recent blog post, Microsoft explained the changes it has made to the Windows 10 upgrade process. Among the improvements they’ve made, as well as the rollback option, are a streamlining of the reservation and installation process, clearer notifications in the Task Bar and an updated Media Creation Tool is coming as well.
Microsoft says the improvements they’ve made are a result of the feedback they’ve received from users.
Microsoft will also be publishing Windows 10 as an “Optional Update” in Windows Update for all Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 customers later down the track. By early next year, the company is expected to be re-categorising Windows 10 as a “Recommended Update”.
Making it Easier to Upgrade to Windows 10 [Window Blog]
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